I’ve stayed at a lot of the hotels in Las Vegas and Mandalay Bay was one of the best. Admittedly, I was a little concerned as valet and check in had significant lines but those fears were both quickly abated as soon as I talked to staff members. All staff members were extremely polite and helpful. For example, the gentleman at check in was kind enough to give me a free upgrade to a strip view room and the bellhops were prompt as well as extremely helpful.
The room was very clean, bright, nicely appointed, and comfortable but nothing exactly special. I did like the large separate bathtub and shower. The pool area was awesome! I have never been to a pool where there were so many people actively work to keep it tidy. My only complaint was that it was difficult to get the attention of the revolving servers. In the end, I went to the bar myself, and the bartender was very helpful. He pointed out that the souvenir glasses can be refilled with almost anything for a discounted price (always ask for top shelf – you won’t be charged more than normal refill price) and that you can bring them back for future visits. Oh, and there are a lot of amazing restaurants in the Mandalay Bay shopping area.
Mandalay Bay Resort And Casino
3950 Las Vegas Blvd South,
Las Vegas, NV
Lavish accommodations and a pool complex with 11 acres of beachfront await budget-savvy our guests and sun worshippers alike at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Sweet dreams can be had in any one of the hotel’s 3,220 rooms thanks to plush pillowtop mattresses, floor-to-ceiling windows and 42-inch HDTVs. Guests enjoy the beach’s built-in wave pool, lazy river and jogging track, while dipping their toes in 2,700 tons of real sand. Overlooking this pebbled oasis is a three-story casino with blackjack, roulette and craps tables galore. Located at the southern-most part of The Strip. Guests praise Mandalay Bay for its “amazing” pool and beach area, “beautiful rooms,” “huge casino” and “friendly,” “accommodating” staff.